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The advice, inspiration, and adventurous spirit you need to live skillfully. Join founder and CEO of Claim the Lead, Teena Evert, as she helps you get what you want out of life and your career. A blend of solo episodes and conversations with subject matter experts and intelligent people who know how to lead.
 
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Mark Woychick: Exploring how and why people work

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How's your so-called career? The So Called podcast explores how and why we work. With each episode, we dig into the backstories behind the job titles, interviewing people at all stages of their careers – discussing their relationship with work and what work means to them. So Called seeks to inform, inspire and challenge your relationship with work and help you discover your own motivations for why and how you do what you do. Please subscribe and share the show.
 
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We're back! Season 2 is ALMOST HERE! We've got new interviewees and new questions coming your way, but the theme remains the same. Burnout does not define you. It is one point in your life and you can come out on the otherside in your total badassery! If you haven't already, hit that follow or subscribe button so you're notified when the first epis…
 
We're at the end of season 4, and it’s time to take a look back. I ask my guests, “What advice would you give to your younger self?” not to ask what they would change, but to understand what they’ve learned along the way. The final episode of season 4 compiles my guests’ answers to that question. I hope you find their advice both inspiring and moti…
 
How much is enough? You don't need to be King of Everything, says Steve Adelman, Nightlife Entrepreneur. Instead, be King of Enough and spend time developing long-term relationships. Steve has ruled the nightlife realm for 30 years, but he didn’t begin his career as a nightlife entrepreneur. His career transition began as the result of a party at h…
 
But what if it doesn't work? Failure is not the end of the world, says Erin Sorensen, Project Manager at Ethos Design + Remodel and Ethos Real Estate. She says when failure happens, take a step back, calm down, and figure it out. Erin is figuring things out daily at Ethos. Success in building and remodeling often requires the ability to combine kno…
 
Does what you do have integrity with who you are? For Sarah Cunningham, Principal and CEO of Ethos Design/Remodel and Ethos Real Estate, having that integrity of purpose is important for her to feel good about what she does day to day. More than designing and remodeling, Sarah's work is about building community and connectedness, which happens by d…
 
When opportunity knocks, will you open the door? Make sure you take a close look at the opportunities you are given, advises Katie Bratland, Public Relations and Communications Expert. You can always say no after you consider an opportunity, but know the details before you make a decision. Katie almost missed out on a career-changing event when she…
 
Can't find the light? There are people who want to help, including Eric Mraz, owner and operator of Cold Cactus Media Productions. Cold Cactus is producing Darkness to Light, a video series that aims to reduce the suicide rate in the Veteran community. Eric's media company is working on the first of a planned 22 episodes, connecting the series to t…
 
Where do you focus your efforts? Saying no might be the superpower you need to unlock your best work and concentrate on the things most important to you, says Lisa Schelbe, Associate Professor at Florida State University, College of Social Work. For Lisa, child well-being and prevention of child maltreatment are her areas of focus. In service of th…
 
What's your cause? If you are working in a mission-driven organization, you need to win people's hearts and minds to advance that cause, says Jeff Vanek, Director of Human Resources at Utah's Hogle Zoo. Servant leadership is well-suited for mission-driven organizations, he says, because it can support and sustain a cause and culture over time. Jeff…
 
Puzzled about what's next? Don't forget to enjoy where you are today, says Valerie Trapunsky, CEO and Founder of ChatterBoss. While she is often focused on how to build and improve her business, Valerie recommends taking a moment to recognize what's good about right now and to trust yourself to make the right next move. It took Valerie some time to…
 
What do we have in common? More than you might think, says Clayton Moore, retired police officer and author of the book Good Cop, Black Cop: Guilty Until Proven Innocent. Clayton believes that we can co-exist and even work together as long as we have respectful dialog and by respecting each other's experiences, feelings, and points of view. While C…
 
What do you call it when you leave your dream job after just two years? An adventure, according to Lance Davisson, Owner and Principal Consultant at the Keystone Concept. Lance landed what he thought was his dream job right out of college, working for the Washington Department of Natural Resources. Not long after he started, however, life intervene…
 
Your most immediate need is to recover enough so that you can make the next best step! Which is why I’m leaving you this season with some tangible takeaways that you can use to create space in your life. If you find yourself in that deep dark hole of burnout, then listen in! First things first, you need to know that the word “No” is a complete sent…
 
For some women the true struggle with burnout stems from the knowledge that they put themselves in that position. That’s how Dr. Sasha Heinz felt. She had pushed so hard for so long that when she realized she was completely depleted and had no one but herself to blame, it felt like a sticking point for moving forward. Which is when she started to r…
 
No matter if you’re planning to practice clinically or go into an industry job, medicine is difficult. Dr. Victoria Ebiana left her fellowship with no intention of practicing clinically, but she still found herself suffering from burnout. Listen as she shares her journey and how she’s moved through burnout to the otherside. It’s not just clinical d…
 
After a few years as a tenure-track professor in Boston, Monique Valcour accepted a job as a management professor at a business school in France. She and her family set out on an international adventure, selling their home and moving their kids to France for a new life. While the location was ideal, Monique's new organization was a challenging plac…
 
After spending years fighting the corporate ladder, stuck in a job that didn’t fit her life or her dreams, Jen Rice had had enough. She blew up in a big way and that’s when she realized something had to change. When an opportunity cropped up to go overseas she took it and now she’s coaching other rebels with a cause. One of Jen’s life dreams was to…
 
Have you ever played a sport? Did that sport take over your entire life? For Lauryn Williams, running took her farther than she ever thought possible. Track and Field took her to college and then from there to the Olympics. Listen as she shares her burnout story and why it was so completely tied to her identity. Lauryn knew she wanted to go to coll…
 
Burnout can affect us at any stage in our medical journey. For so many it starts in residency, but what if there was a way to be better prepared before you ever get to residency. That’s exactly what Dr. Jozi McGowan helps medical students to do, so it came as a bit of a shock when she realized that she too was experiencing burnout. Dr. Jozi receive…
 
When your body starts mimicking the symptoms of a stroke, you know that there is something seriously wrong. Dr. Valerie Rein was working and moving and constantly on the go when one day her body just stopped. She shares her burnout story and why she feels that for women burnout goes beyond individual experience. It wasn’t until she was laying in th…
 
Engineering is a field that is highly male dominated. Construction even more so. Kara Festa built her career as a brilliant engineer and project manager and then decided to move into consulting instead. It didn’t take long for her to realize that her dream life was not what she anticipated. She had an amazing family, a vacation home, a business she…
 
Burnout can truly happen at any age. It is not just for those who have spent years slogging. In fact, it can happen sooner than you imagine for high achieving women. Mallory Rowan’s story very much encompasses this particular burnout story. Listen as she shares her background and how she’s moved out of and away from burnout. When she was just 22, M…
 
The legal field is not for the faint of heart and so many lawyers and others in the field find themselves burnout very early on. The same can be said of Tracy LaLonde. Thankfully for her as soon as she realized living in that way was not for her, she was able to take a step back and start pursuing joy. Stress really is the silent killer. Not only c…
 
Uncontrolled anger, lashing out at strangers, a never-ending feeling of exhaustion and overwhelm. Sounds like the perfect recipe for burnout, but when Shang was going through it, she had no clue. Listen as she shares her story and how she’s changed her life and mindset to stay out of the pit of burnout today. Shang was working at a startup, working…
 
We all experience burnout differently, something you’ll learn as you listen to these episodes, so it’s important for me to share my experience with you! Listen in as I dig deep into what I was thinking, feeling, and doing when I was in the deep pit of burnout. I first experienced burnout within the first few weeks of my attending job. Here I was wi…
 
An interview series showcasing amazing women who have recovered from burnout and are living out their badassery? Yes! Please! This podcast was designed to encourage, inspire, and infuse you with hope! Burnout does not define you. The life that you are craving is absolutely possible. So, subscribe now and share it! I can't wait to share these storie…
 
In an era where 'hustling' is the leading message for professional women, I want to shift the conversation to explore the #1 career growth tactic you need to master. It's not mindset), it's your authentic confidence. In this episode: I explain what authentic confidence is and is not. I give you insight into how you can get clear, gain confidence, a…
 
Today's featured guest is Rochelle Finzel, a leadership coach, writer, speaker, and outdoor adventurer. She has degrees in leadership and social welfare, having spent twenty years leading public policy and nonprofit efforts to advance economic opportunity. She has a gift for seeing people's strengths and helps high-achieving women thrive in work an…
 
Learn about the opportunity to challenge and grow your style as a busy professional woman who is navigating the virtual space due to COVID—with our featured guest Allison Hamilton-Rohe. In this episode, you'll learn: How to feel professional when working from home 3 of the biggest challenges women face when it comes to "style." Tips to empower your…
 
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